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Breaking Beauty Podcast

Jan 27, 2021

We’ve swept all of the Pinterest and Google trend searches along with the latest cosmetics industry sales data to bring you today’s epic episode: “The #DamnGood Beauty Products You’re Going To See Everywhere in 2021.” Tune in as we discuss why the year’s biggest buzzword, “Skinimalism,” makes so much sense right now, along with our favourite brands leading the charge in the quest to pare down our routines.

Then, we chat about the latest in “low waste” innovations to help reduce your beauty footprint; what’s new in the world of personalized, DIY beauty while we’re missing our professional hair and nail services; and finally, Carlene updates you on the award-winning K18 hair treatment that silkens even the bleachiest of strands.

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Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn

Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya

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